Lhatese - Scout

by Kim
(Memphis, Tennessee)


Scout is a mix between a Maltese and a Lhasa Apso. My Lhatese is seven years old and still looks like a puppy. I am still amazed at how small she is - weighing in at around three pounds. I believe that she was some sort of a runt because she was the last puppy left in the litter. No one seemed to want her. But, I got her and she has been a source of unconditional love, companionship and comfort in my life.

She loves to sleep, be held for hours, eat turkey bacon and watch The Golden Girls. I love her more than I could love any living creature. Scout was born in a little one-horse town called Pocahontas, Tennessee but soon moved in with me in the big city of Memphis.

I will eventually get another Lhatese. I'm sold!

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Lhatese - Cassie

by Jen
(Portsmouth, VA)

Cassie in her favorite spot on the couch

Cassie in her favorite spot on the couch

When we got our Lhatese Cassie we knew a lot about the Maltese and the Lhasa. We have a pure Maltese already and my mother has a pure Lhasa. I love the two breeds so much I figured I would love the two mixed together. And I was right!!! Cassie is our little angel! She is even more lovable and precious than I could've even imagined.

She has the best temperament and disposition. She goes with the flow, she is always ready to give you more kisses. She stayed small, even though her father(which was the Maltese) was a pretty large one. She just has the most beautiful soft smooth coat. Her ears are so little and they are dark. Her eyes are dark but the rest of her body is white with a few tan patches on her back.

She is just perfect. I wish I could have another one just like her. About a year ago we tried to contact the people we got her from to see if they had any more puppies on the way, but we could not get in touch with them. Thanks for wanting to know about my sweet baby girl!

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Lhatese - Treasure

by Claudia Salgado
(London)

Princess Treasure

Princess Treasure

Our Lhatese Treasure is the most beautiful thing in our world, she completely changed our lives...

She's sooo adorable, cute, clever, loyal, full of joy and energy.

We cannot imagine to live without our Lhatese...

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Lhatese - Precious

by Tracy
(USA)

Precious helping with harvest

Precious helping with harvest

My beautiful highly spirited Lhatese Precious is three quarters Lhasa Apsa and a quarter Maltese. She is almost seven months old.

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Maggie - Lhatese

by Susan
(Christchurch, New Zealand)

4-month Lhatese Maggie

4-month Lhatese Maggie

Maggie is a Lhasa Apso Maltese mix. She is cat-like in the way she likes to grip and cling with her front legs. She'll hold on to my arm so tight I can lift her up. She loves the water and will swim to fetch a stick.

She loves to play with big tall dogs and is even happier if they run while she chases them. If they get rough, she rolls under them and nips their ankles. She definitely needs a lot of exercise. She's also a shaggy little mop.

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Lazy Lhatese - Teddy

by Natalia
(California)

Teddy

Teddy

My Lhatese is really lazy and spoiled. Doesn't like to be outside only to go to the bathroom. Has never bit anyone or attacked anyone. Always very calm is old and doesn't pay attention he also gives a lot of attitude.

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